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(10 acres) x (43,560 square ft per acre) = 435,600 square feet

Volume = (435,600 sq ft) x (5 ft) / (27 cubic ft per cubic yard) =

80,666 and 2/3 cubic yards

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62/3 cubic yards for every 1-foot deep. 5 cubic yards for every 9-inches deep. 31/3 cubic yards for every 6-inches deep. 5/9 cubic yard for every 1-inch deep.

1 foot = 1/3 yard(440 x 1/3) = 146 and 2/3 cubic yards

A cubic yard is bigger than a cubic foot. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

Multiply by 0.037 (approx)

one cubic foot is equal to 1/27 of a cubic yard.

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62/3 cubic yards for every 1-foot deep. 5 cubic yards for every 9-inches deep. 31/3 cubic yards for every 6-inches deep. 5/9 cubic yard for every 1-inch deep.

1 foot = 1/3 yard(440 x 1/3) = 146 and 2/3 cubic yards

35/9 cubic yards for every foot deep.

1 cubic foot = 0.037 cubic yards

You need 82/3 [cubic] yards for every foot deep that it has to be.

10x10xhow deep you want it in fractions of a foot = cubic feet needed. Divide total cubic feet by 27 and you have cubic yards. 1.5`` deep = .125, 3`` deep =.250 4``deep = .333 and 6`` deep = .5

43,560 sq. ft. (1 acre) * 1 ft. deep /27 cubic ft. (1 cubic yd) = 1613.333 cubic yds.

1.308 cubic yards = 35.316 cubic foot

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